Proporta aluminium lined leather case for iPhone 5S review

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If you’re looking for something to wrap around your iPhone 5S it’s got to be good and what’s better than a case with added aluminium? The Proporta iPhone 5/5S aluminium lined leather case looks great, feels great and will protect your iPhone 5S in a very classy way. Every part of this case quietly whispers [...]

Microsoft looking to split controller design for mobile gaming

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Ever since our portables gained touchscreens and ditched physical buttons gamers have done nothing but complain – and rightly so, I think. It appears, however, Microsoft can hear our cries. Patently Apple, of all people, has dug up some diagrams filed by Microsoft with the US patent office that show plans an Xbox-style controller that [...]

Amazon Fire smartphone gets the treatment – value for money?

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The team at have cracked open Amazon’s Fire smartphone and not only reveals all the techno gubbins within, but how much the device actually costs to build. Is the Amazon Fire phone worth the money? Read on Gadgety faithful. Read on. Amazon’s Fire Phone enters the mobile market from AT&T (a similar strategy applied [...]

Apple packing in the pixels – 4K iMac and Retina Display MBA

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October will not only see the full release of OS X Yosemite, but also of a 4K iMac desktop and 12in Retina display MacBook Air according to the latest reports. The news that Yosemite will be available for download free-of-charge towards the end of October comes via 9to5Mac and they add that there’ll be a [...]

ADATA launch their XPG-V3 3100Mhz overclocked RAM kits

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I’ve just received an interesting email from memory specialist ADATA informing me of their new series of DDR3 memory modules named XPG-V3 and the clock speeds go all the way up to 3100MHz! The XPG-V3 memory is built to be super speedy and very durable and aimed at PC overclockers. The new kit is compatible [...]

Most Brits are removing their internet p0rn blockers

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A new report from Ofcom shows that UK broadband customers are overwhelmingly opting out of using those pesky parental-control systems foisted on ISPs by the government. It’s hardly surprising that the birthplace of the Carry On series and smutty holiday postcards isn’t rushing to block suspect web content with take-up in the single digits for [...]